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Administration officials had said earlier that the president was considering both airstrikes against militants and airdrops of humanitarian aid.
The move enables the potential use of TKM-Ebola in individuals infected with Ebola virus.
It's not outside the realm of possibility that those infected with Ebola will come to the U.S., the CDC's Beth Bell said.
Chip Wilson, the founder of Lululemon Athletica, has agreed not to wage a proxy contest on the yoga apparel maker.
Zynga's shares plunged after it said its net profit for the second-quarter broke even, in line with estimates, but bookings revenue missed.
Former chair of the FDIC Sheila Bair, gives her take on Bank of America's potential landmark settlement with the Justice Department, and shares her thoughts on "too big to fail."
The crisis in the Ukraine has provided a buying opportunity, particularly in Russian names, Leader Capital CIO John Lekas said.
Facebook has recently met with film studios and directors about creating content for the Oculus Rift, The Information reports.
The job market may finally be healing at a more normal pace.
An Indonesian man sold millions of dollars of fake French wine to the wealthy was sentenced to 10 years in jail in Manhattan federal court.
The wealthiest collegiate sports programs may take a step closer to lifting restrictions on paying student athletes.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the deadliest on record. But what is this virus, and how are people contracting it?
"The economy is so unstable and will not survive at the current pace. And Russia does not make anything on its own," said one oligarch.
Major oil producers are pulling staff from Iraq's Kurdistan region as the radical militants of the Islamic State advance towards its capital.
As world unrest surges and the stock market wobbles, investors have gotten nervous.
A once-feared natural gas rally has been cooled by a surprisingly mild summer. Can it last?
President Obama has been a cumulative 35 hours and 21 minutes late to scheduled speaking events in 2014, WaPo reports.
Looking to trade on the Ebola scare? Ex-trader Turney Duff offers up what he'd do—and a word of caution.
President Obama is considering airstrikes or airdrops to address a humanitarian crisis among religious minorities in Iraq.